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  Razer Krait and Armadillo Cable Management System

Technical specifications:

- 1600 dpi infrared optical engine powered by razer precision
- 3 independently programmable buttons optimized with Hyper response technology for ultra tactile buttons feedback and maximum apm game play.
- 16-bit data path, as compared to 8 bit and 12 bit data paths used by other conventional mice
- Zero-acoustic ultra slick Teflon feet
- High speed motion detection. Up to 40 ips / over 6400 frames per second
- Always-on" mode pioneered by razer -the infrared optical engine Sensor never powers down, providing instantaneous response at all times during game play
- Award-winning razer drivers featuring on-the-fly Sensitivity dpi adjustment pioneered by Razer"
- Non-slipside rails
- Ergonomic ambidextrous design
- Ultra-large non-slip rubber coated mouse buttons
- Gold plated usb connector for maximum conductivity
- 7 foot. Lightweight. Non-tangle cord

 The Review:
The Razer Krait is a wonderful new addition to the Razer mouse line and it fits very well with its expected quality and precision. With regards to my feelings towards it well……

It's awesome; the smoothness of the glide makes my hand quiver with excitement because I can now do much more precise work with regards to graphics or gaming. The size and shape of the mouse feels great in your hand and its sleek look adds to the overall expectations of its performance.

I don't look at movement in pixels or "ips's" that the company uses or that only nerds can understand or even make sense of. I look at how it feels, how it slides and how well it responds to the way I handle it. This mouse is 110% in all my needs and I would recommend it to all.

The Armadillo that I got with it is just a fancy name for what looks like a paper weight but its use is much more appreciated. Mouse cords tend to drag on the mouse and the Armadillo stops that drag and I love it. These two work very well together and you should make sure that you get one to go with your Razer Krait


Review ID Number: 663
  Product Details
Razer USA
Review Date: 2006-05-18
Reviewer: Nick Sardy
Rating: 10 out of 10
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